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    I like the bottom half in the first one. The second one has really cool background, but the character's face is a major turn off.
    I love the third one, the color and detail are nice. Although I felt there can be a little more buildings in the background, especially on the sides, so it won't leave much empty space near the edge and make it look more like city instead of building floating there.

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    dang, these are cool. the girl's face that is facing us is a little wonky, but other than that these are superb. i can't wait to see more!

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    I like your style alot, as mentioned I think your faces could use a bit of work though.
    You ever tried adding more color to your stuff? you seem to do each section by section monochromatically. I think adding more colors to the skin tones and other things could really add alot more life to these.


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    Ooooh, beautiful watercolors! Love the cityview.

    The font on the first pic is a bit hard to read, cos some parts of letters disappear a bit.

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    great cityscapes! did you use reference for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ApolloNuevo
    dang, these are cool. the girl's face that is facing us is a little wonky, but other than that these are superb. i can't wait to see more!

    -apollo


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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowsfall
    I like your style alot, as mentioned I think your faces could use a bit of work though.
    You ever tried adding more color to your stuff? you seem to do each section by section monochromatically. I think adding more colors to the skin tones and other things could really add alot more life to these.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookiedough
    Ooooh, beautiful watercolors! Love the cityview.

    The font on the first pic is a bit hard to read, cos some parts of letters disappear a bit.


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    not really all the information comes from my imagination

    Quote Originally Posted by Hanuka
    great cityscapes! did you use reference for that?


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